Digital Task Cards Nonfiction Google Edition

Get ready for your technology infused 21st century classroom! Your common core lessons will be alive with enthusiasm when you bring digital notebooks to your students. #tptdigital

Educational Technology. Mobile Learning. Google Resource. Digital Classroom.
You don’t need to be a teacher in a 1:1 classroom to deliver digital content for your lesson plans and curriculum. Using a teaching text, or instructional web tool – like an online textbook paired with Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, or a learning management system, is an excellent first step to try paperless classroom instructional technology methods.

Elearning promotes differentiation, collaboration, improves overall learning objectives, and student growth mindset, which are proven advantages of using classroom technology.

What are Digital Notebooks?
★Original educational teaching and learning materials delivered by web based file sharing services, operates in the internet ‘cloud’ and allows you and your students to access, edit and print files from any computer or device.

Why use digital resources?
★Paperless. No printing. No cutting. No glue. No storage.
★Can set up technology stations
★Early finishers
★Students work directly in the file
★Preserve ideas and references
★Improve students writing, reading skills
★Infuse technology
★High engagement
★College readiness
★Access anywhere
★For use on Chromebooks, iPads, Android Tablets, and other devices!
★Looks like a traditional paper and pencil nonfiction task cards activity
★Happy students

★Teacher Tutorial – includes the access link and how to use this in your classroom.
★Microsoft OneDrive users can seamlessly use the digital interactive notebooks by following the Microsoft OneDrive step-by-step visual tutorial. This will only take minutes!
★44 nonfiction digital task cards you can use over and over again.
★Use these nonfiction digital task cards with your students…
*A great way to mix alternative with authentic written assessments.

Can be modified for any level.
*For English language arts differentiated Instruction: Give English language arts students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas and using key skills.
*This set of nonfiction digital task cards allow students to work independently at their own pace. Or as the teacher…you set due dates!
*Gives credit for artistic/creative expression, use of technology, written responses, and effort.
*Great for a choice or alternative assignment with early finishers
*Many students develop more positive on-task behavior by attempting an assignment of their choice.
*Allow students to use digital task cards for their English language arts summer reading assessment in September.
*Assign the nonfiction cards to students during summer school, English language arts tutoring sessions, or assign to your own child for summer independent reading!

44 English language arts CCSS aligned reading response nonfiction digital task cards
Critical thinking
Nonfiction Story Map
Website Evaluation
Text Features
Further research
Making Connections

In your English language arts nonfiction reading lessons:
*Require students to complete a certain number of cards each week for their independent nonfiction reading.
*Guided reading groups and literature circles as nonfiction discussion prompts.
*Literacy centers and technology centers.
*Resource room.
*Choose one card to display on the smart boars for your entire class to use as a nonfiction writing prompt.

Please provide me with really appreciated feedback!

Created by Danielle Knight, © Study All Knight, The Knight Stuff, LLC.

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